Discussion in 'Movies' started by Victoryman, Jan 4, 2009.
Section 375: Well made movie on a very current topic. Akshaye Khanna should really get more movies. The courtroom scenes are devoid of too much drama. The ending can leave you thinking about it for quite some time.
Gone Kesh: Sweet movie about a touchy topic for both genders, but more touchy for girls/women. Shweta Tripathi at 34 looks a very good school, college student and young adult. She has done well and so have the actors who play her parents. So nice to watch how they handle the problem and support their child. Very realistic storyline and plot.
Bala: Watched in theater. So-so. Have come to expect more from an Ayushmann Khurrana movie. Yami Gautam, his Vicky Donor co-star, has acted well in her role that asks for her to be a likeable but rather shallow-minded young woman.
I have yet to watch Both movies section 375 & gone kesh.
Watched Bala and movie left the good message to society. I liked Bhumi Pednekar's role and liked the climax too.
Khaidhi - put me at the edge of my seat .No masala, no songs, no dance.
Unbelievable that tamil industry took such a thrilling movie. Hero is the story and the director, though it has violence.Many touching moments are the highlights.
ENPT finally releasing this friday.
Wondering whether to book ticket. 3 good songs in itself is worth it.
Motha release aagattum, apparum ticket book pannunga! (Let it get released for real first, then you can safely book your tickets). ENPT's release news reminds me of the senthil comedy in gopurangal saivathillai, "ponnu varathu, ponnu varathu nu sollurangga, aana ponnu innum vantha paadu illaiye"
For real both the miracles happening:
Raining in Chennai, loads.
ENPT release tomorrow
Watched Section375 and I liked the gripping story. As you said the movie made me think about the story line for a long time and I felt like we need to think other side angle for any Such cases. Thanks for sharing your simple review here otherwise I miss to watch such a interesting movie.
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